Annals of Life Insurance Medicine: 1967 Volume III by A. Marx (auth.)

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White male mortality rates. The information Applicants fail to report, examiners fail to record, and attending personal physicians omit to divulge complete details about adverse aspects of the medical status of life insurance applicants. The insurance medical interview, the body Antecedents of disease. Insurance mortality experience 35 measurements, the blood pressure recording and the physical examination may, on occasion, be performed after the examiners change from a white coat into a grey. But the interview material is largely standardized and consists of questions on past medical events, hospitalizations, medical check-ups, and details about the age and cause of death of parents and siblings.

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It is apparent from the Table that these ranges frequently do not extend upward far enough to include the "average" weights for height and age. Among men aged 30 and over at issue, the lowest mortality ratios are consistently associated with underweight, often of appreciable degree. For tall men at issue ages 20 to 29, the lowest mortality is associated with slight overweight. Table VII also Table VII. Weight ranges (pounds) associated with lowest mortality Ages at issue Men Height group 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 5'3"-5'6" 5'7"-5'10" 5'11"-6'2" 115-154 115-144 175-194 115-154 115-164 135-174 115-154 125-164 145-164 135-154 135-164 135-174 105-114 105-134 125-144 105-134 105-144 145-164 Women 4'11"-5'2" 5'3"-5' 6" 5'7"-5'10" 95-104 115-134 115-134 115-134 105-134 115-144 (Society of Actuaries.

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